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About - Watford Palace Theatre

Watford Palace Theatre is an Edwardian Grade II listed building which opened in 1908 on Clarendon Road, Watford. The 600-seat theatre, has its own rehearsal room, wardrobe, cafe and bar.

 

The theatre was originally built for the Watford Hippodrome Co., Ltd.

 

The theatre received an £8.8million Lottery funded refurbishment, which included two bars, a daytime café, air cooling and new seating in September 2004.

 

Watford Palace Theatre commissions and produces plays from a range of new and established writers.

 

Brigid Larmour is the Artistic Director and Chief Executive of Watford Palace Theatre.

 

Upcoming Film and Theatre plays

Elton John's Glasses

Elton John's Glasses
- Sat 27 Sep - 21 Oct 

 

It’s 1996 and two brothers are about to meet for the first time in years.

 

A Watford comedy about sibling rivalry, football and unlikely friendships. From the writer of the BBC hit The Night Manager.

 

 

Elton John's Glasses Cast actors, Leila Ayad, Niall Costigan, Joanna Croll, Euan Kitson, Thomas Richardson, Leon Williams

George Bernard Shaw's First Successful Play performed at Watford Palace Theatre


A Q + A session was held after the show. Attend by members of the 'Shaw’s Corner'

Box Office: 01923 225671

IMAGINE - Street Art Performances


Members of the Public saw many shows performed in Watford Town High Street over the summer weeks.

Address:
Watford Palace Theatre
20 Clarendon Road
Watford
WD17 1JZ

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